Day: July 13, 2021

France

France: PCR tests will no longer be free for tourists

  The governmentdecided on July 7 that tests used to identify the COVID-19 will no longer be free of charge for visitors visiting France. Tourists wishing to leave France will be required to pay €49 for a PCR test or €29 for a Rapid Antigen test.   Residents of the EU and Switzerland, on the […]

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Spain

Spain: House sales doubled compared to 2020

  Now that the effects of the pandemic limitations have worn off, more evidence is gathering suggesting activity in the Spanish property market has returned to pre-coronavirus levels, and the latest provisional sales data released by the national government on Tuesday only add to this picture.   The statistics for May shows that 47,033 houses […]

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Greece

Greece allows indoor restaurants only for COVID vaccinated

Indoor facilities like as restaurants, bars, and theaters will only admit vaccinated and seated-only clients beginning Friday, July 16, and continuing until August 31, Development and Investments Minister AdonisGeorgiadis announced on Tuesday. Georgiadis made his comments a day after Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis ordered mandatory vaccinations for healthcare practitioners and nursing care workers on Monday, […]

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Portugal

Portugal: Five Must Visit Places In The Algarve

  Why is the Algarve such a popular destination? Yes, its because you can get cheap flights from most UK airports and Yes its because the weather is good pretty much all year round. Oh, and Yes, its because it has a huge number of golf courses. But the next time you go to the […]

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France

France: Mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations for health staff

  On Monday, President Emmanuel Macron proposed mandatory Covid-19 vaccines for medical personnel, as well as tighter limitations to combat a recent spike in illnesses connected to the Delta version. In a televised speech, Macron warned, “If we don’t act immediately, case numbers and hospital numbers will grow.” He began his 20-minute speech by stating […]

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Italy

Italy: Calabria offers $33,000 to move in

Calabria, in southern Italy, is planning to pay up to €28,000 ($33,000) in compensation to anyone willing to relocate to its tiny communities over a three-year period. But there’s a catch: Applicants must be under 40 years old and eager to establish a business to be considered. The idea, dubbed “active residence income,” intends to […]

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